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Travel Blogs from Dumaguete
After a cloudy New Year's eve which more or less obscured the peak of Mt Kanlaon, I had the luck of a clear sky this morning. I rode out to the higher plains nearer the base of Mt Kanlaon with a hired motorbike driver for 50 php. In less than 10 minutes, scenes of the town's shophouses opened up to vast fields of crops and …
... practice is to prevent food from turning bad as they sit out in the hot weather all day.
My stomach was playing up again, so I made a beeline back to Casa Merinda for the dunny. It was not long before I made my way to Paliton Beach searching for my sunset shots. Paliton beach which is located about 5 kilometres from San Juan is best accessed on a tricycle. I dropped off from the main road and walked my way in for more than a ...
... us more beers and refusing to let us pay a cent as we danced it up with everyone from 9 to 90 years old.
The road to Panglao – 5/5/12
Arriving alone in a strange new place can be daunting as you struggle to get your bearings, negotiate where to go and scramble to guard all your belongings together. Human beings are social creatures and we intuitively feel safety in numbers, with good reason. If you haven’t booked accommodation ...
... one showed any
interest in taking us out to sea. The tricycle driver knew one of the
boat owners so offered to help us find him, sensing a good fare. He
drove us to the man's house, bellowing through the open door to no
avail, before we finally headed on to another wharf. Our request of a
boat at the tiny 'tourist office' there was greeted initially with
laughter, and later with a demand for 4500 Php, way beyond what we
... passenger leaves the
bus they pass their fare money down the vehicle. As one of the people
nearest to the driver I took my responsibilities very seriously,
knocking vigorously at each stop. However, I was thwarted by my first
payment challenge when I realised that the usual gap in the driver/
passenger partition was missing and after laughing at me fumbling
around for a while the other passengers finally took pity on me and
took the money, later passing it to ...